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    can't change drive letters

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    Did a clean install and ended up with xp on D and main drive on C any way to reassign letters tried admin tools but no avail(btw running raid 0 array if that helps)
    Robert

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    erm, goto control panel, administrative tools, then run computer management, then goto storage section and then click disk management. there you should be able to change them.

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    You cant change the drive letter of the boot/system volume

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    moogle thats what i meant when i said i tried the admin tools metier9 thanks thats wha i thought oh well will run till new hard drive comes then do another clean install.
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    oops, i missed that bit there. you can change the drive name if you want, just not the letter.

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    thanks for the input
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